[AI] Regarding my computer problem
zujarbright at rediffmail.com
Mon Mar 10 04:05:13 EDT 2008
I faced this weird problem some time back when my system used to crash anytime without doing anything uncommon. Next time when I started my computer, it could not find any disks --- HardDisk/CD/Floppy.
I opened the cabinet and unplugged and re-plugged the power cable (the one that supplies power from SMPS to the devices) several times and my system could find all types of disks. Anyway, that wasn't a desired solution as I was always uncertain about my system starting up smoothly upon turning it on.
The only remedy that came to help was SMPS replacement. The old SMPS was somehow unable to supply power to the devices in a proper way. Its more than a year and my system hasn't crashed.
Try changing the power slot for your hard disk. There are spare power slots coming from SMPS. If your system works fine you may not need to replace your SMPS.
Try this method only if you are comfortable with your hardware, else you may suffer more damage.
Hope this helps you.....
On Mon, 10 Mar 2008 Kulkarni Suresh G wrote :
>Try using safe mode command and turn off by safe mode. Well, I don't know
>much about it. I have also got the same message sometimes back and I called
>engineer and he did the same thing.
>----- Original Message -----
> From: "Samuel Rodrigues" <kr.samuel at gmail.com>
>To: "access india" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
>Sent: Monday, March 10, 2008 09:41 AM
>Subject: [AI] Regarding my computer problem
> > Friends,
> > If you have any idea please help me.
> > My computer always nower days is regularly crashing.
> > When I am doing some work, it automatically crashes.
> > I have no idea, since I have I guess much fast capacity of ram.
> > I have a compack computer with 1 GBRAM and 160GB hard disk.
> > Today, it showed, insert the disk to boot the computer.
> > But I tried after 5 minutes, and I managed opening it.
> > Once again it crashed, and the same problem, and there were 3 obtions
> > 1. Normal start up mode.
> > 2. Safe mode using command.
> > 3. Safe mode using network.
> > I did not know what to choose, and I just choose, normal and hopefully it
> > started.
> > What precausions do I need to take?
> > Is there any way that I can do some thing?
> > I have 6 drives, and A lot of data, and I wouldn't preffering formating
> > that.
> > So what could I do?
> > If you have any idea, please suggest me.
> > Is there an repair obtion, without removing my system format
> > I just do not want to loose my data.
> > I have all the data in other drives, except that I have program files in
> > disc C.
> > So I would really preffer some suggestions before I start anything.
> > Thanks
> > With regards
> > Samuel.
> > Email:
> > kr.samuel at gmail.com
> > skype:
> > kr.samuel
> > Tel: 918387269932
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